Asked in RelationshipsDefinitions
What is a male mistress called?
Asked in Relationships
If a man has a male lover is the lover called a mistress?
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is the Opposite of a mistress in a male gender?
Asked in Relationships, Synonyms and Antonyms
What is the opposite of mistress?
Depending on context, mistress can have several meanings and therefore several 'opposites' or male equivalents: Mistress: a woman in position of authority, control, or ownership; male eqivalent = Master Mistress: a woman skilled in a particular subject or activity; male equivalent = Master Mistress: a woman having a sexual relationship with a married man; opposite = wife. Mistress: chiefly Brit. a female schoolteacher; male equivalent = Master Mistress: archaic Mrs; opposite = Miss; male equivalent = Mister, Mr
What is the male word for mistress?
It depends a little on the context. The obvious male counterpart is master. In context like Does Jim have a mistress? there is no exact counterpart, but you could use lover. In terms of mistress implying that she is in charge of a servant, the counterpart is master. In terms of mistress implying that she sleeps with men other than her husband, the counterpart is gigolo. You might also use the term adulter and adultress.
Asked in Plural Nouns, Nouns
How do you make mistress both masculine and plural?
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female. The noun 'mistress' is a gender specific noun for a female. The corresponding gender specific noun for a male is master. The plural form of the noun 'mistress' is mistresses. The plural form of the noun 'master' is masters.
Asked in Cheating
What is the woman called that you cheat on your wife with?
Asked in Relationships, Cheating
What is a man called who has a wife and a mistress?
Asked in Relationships, Cheating, Marriage
A woman is called a mistress what is a man called?
The "other woman" in a case of adultery is sometimes call the "mistress". The corresponding term for a male who becomes involved with a married woman was historically co-respondent, used in connection with lawsuits and divorces. Technically, the term could apply to either gender, but between 1857 and 1930, it was applied only to men. Other terms used are equivalent to womanizer : philanderer, cad, ladies' man, rake, or gigolo (although this is technically equivalent to a male prostitute).